tag: Interview collection
Sarah Vowell describes how Maya Lin took her own individal style to the Confluence sites, but also came to listen to that place and people.
As Sarah Vowell relates in this excerpt, humans deserve a bit of joy and you can find that in the story of jazz.
Sarah Vowell describes how measles, vaccines, and land grant universities are intertwined.
Sarah Vowell describes the multitude of histories in the story of the transcontinental railroads, including Chinese laborers, Westward expansion, and dispossession of Native land.
Sarah Vowell relates how someone can just be themselves at Confluence sites.
Sarah Vowell talks about storytelling within nonfiction and history.
Sarah Vowell describes her visit to the Confluence Bird Blind at the Sandy River Delta
This is a collection of oral history interviews centering around the Redheart Ceremony, which occurs every year on the grounds of Fort Vancouver, to honor the Nez Perce Redheart Band who were imprisoned there during the Nez Perce Wars.
Since 2011, the Confluence Story Gathering project has conducted interviews with more than forty Indigenous Elders and leaders from the Columbia River system. Learn more about the history of this project and what protocol to follow when using these videos.
In this installment of Stories from River shorts, Virginia Beavert relates her experience protecting fishing rights and notable points in history related to fishing rights are explained.
In this installment of Stories from the River shorts, Wilbur Slockish explains Indigenous methods of conservation.